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Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
strikes are going to be in the coming days president obama is sounding secretary of state to europe, and the middle east to consult with allies. program minister's has some talking regime change. just a few weeks ago he was greeted at the white house, and tonight some in washington and in baghdad want him to go. jonathan bets is here with that. >> a lot of people have called for him to step down. now facing a choice of mr. to keep him, not only the prime minister fighting for his country, but also for his political future. >> as he face as rebellion, nori maliki is campaigning to keep his job as prime minister. his party won the most seats but not enough for a majority. and iraq's parliament husband decide whether maliki should serve a third term. >> political situation cannot be stabilized in my view, with maliki remaining. pressure is growing for him to go. >> president obama urged him to do more to smooth relations. the test is before him, and other iraqi leaders. right now is a moment where is fate of iraq hangs in the balance. >> an influential tribal leader, on sunnies. >> hop
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
and europe and consult with allies and friends. and all of iraq's neighbors have a vital interest in making sure iraq doesn't descend into the civil war or become a save haven for terrorist. above all, iraq leaders must rise above differences and come together for the future. all of the iraqs must have confidence they can advance their interest and aspirations through the political process not violence. national unity meetings have to go forward to build concensus. the formation is beginning of a dialogue and forge a government that represents the interest for all of iraqis. it is clear that only leaders that can govern with a central agenda will bring together the state. we will not support military options to support one sect at the expense of another. there is no military solution inside of iraq certainly not one led by the united states. but there is an urgent need for an inclusive political process, more capability security force and counter terrorist groups that deny groups like isil of staying. recent days remind us of the scars left by iraq, along side the loss of 4500 american patr
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 8:00pm EDT
. the russians had was to pull our miffed systems out of europe even though it left huge gaps. . e irians was to pull off our number one concern, we not increase our navy and we saw the president send over a budget that would have taken an ircraft a fleet and would have easily eliminated our tomahawk missiles and they have plans to bench six destroyers next year and they are ready to do something that is probably as egregious as all the rest and that is to execute within the next couple of weeks the on thea what to pull our land mines up along the d.m.z. when president clinton looked at this, he rejected that treaty because he realized those land mines kept them from invading them for decades. president bush realized it would be impractical and when this administration looked at it in 2009, their state department said we won't meet our friends and allies and white house aide pushed back on that, the commander of our forces in south korea, the general said this, i wake up every mork with one million north korean troops across the border. our current germ who is in charge of our south korea
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm PDT
thousands of facebook users today. the site went down at 1:00 a.m. affecting parts of europe, asia, africa and the u.s. tens of thousands of users took to twitter to vent. facebook apologized for the inconvenience and said the issue happened while it was updating some software. it was resolved in 30 minutes. >>> restoration hardware in palo alto is swimming in its own catalogs tonight. these photos show homeowners returning 2,000 pounds of catalogs to the store. they say the catalogs are a big waste, and the store needs to be more green. each homeowner received a bundle weighing up to 17 pounds. restoration hardware says it prints and delivers its catalogs just once a year, and that equals less impact on the environment. >>> a notable investment from google today. it helped close the gender gap in high-tech. they launched a $50 million initiative. it unveiled this website, made with code.org. it's dedicated to encouraging girls to code at a younger age. they can find coding projects, stories from female technology role models and information on the nearest coding camps. it's an issue in th
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 5:00pm PDT
of state john kerry slated to go to the middle east and europe this weekend. the situation on the ground in iraq does not appear to be improving. with competing claims about whether iraq's largest oil refinery in baiji is under the control of isis or the iraqi government. the "associated press" reports videos airing on arab television show the black flag of isis flying from a building within the refinery complex. meanwhile, the usual suspects, senators john mccain, lindsey graham today said while the president's decision to send military advisers is a positive step, he should not condition greater military action upon political change in iraq. as for republicans who weren't in national office for the first iraq war, there was eager positioning today. >> do we deal with them now when they still have not created that calafate or deal with them five, ten years down the road when they've established the safe haven and significant operational capacity? >> in the last five years, america has receded from leadership in the world. and into that vacuum have stepped nations like iran, like russia,
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm PDT
in korea and europe. you know, on up to the president. do we think the world would look a lot different if america had not stayed and remained in these places of danger over the years? you bet the world would look a lot different. >> karl, thank you. >> you bet. thank you, greta. >> and there is a heavy military presence in the streets of baghdad as militants known as isis close in on iraqi capital. how close is isis to achieving its goal. "wall street journal" jason bellini joins us. jason, how close is isis to achieving its goal? >> thank you, greta. well, first, this is a group that is wildly ambitious and very clear about what its goal is. as karl rove just said, the area that they want to take over is in syria and in iraq. and if you look at the map, you know, really at this point, they've accomplished a fair amount. now, they haven't secured all of that area that's gray on that map right there, but they have really managed to take over some key cities, mosul being the most important of those in iraq. that's the second largest city in iraq. now, they were able to do this by gutting
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 8:00am JST
degrees in tokyo with partly sunny skies. across europe, it should be a dry season in the mediterranean countries but it's not doing so this year. lots of heavy rain is pounding italy and the balkan peninsula. we have a report of a funnel cloud and hail up to five centimeters in turkey and more severe weather could happen in the balkan peninsula and in the black sea region as we go into the weekend. meanwhile this cold front will provide the cool air from the north so temperatures are quite low for this time of year. only 15 degrees for the high despite it the sunshine and 17 in berlin and in the teens in warsaw, as well. all right. finally, in brazil, three matches are set on your friday. and it looks like quite wet and muggy in salvador. your high could be nearly 30 degrees and dry and cool spot in kurtiba. your high 16 degrees with a low of 7. here's the extended forecast. matches are set on your frida >>> and that's all for this edition of news lynn. i'm catherine kobayashi. we'll be back at the top of the hour with more of your updates. hope to see you then. hello. we've put togeth
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 6:00pm EDT
a lot of attention. has been home to one of the largest growing operations in europe. every year. until now. lawrence lee has the story. >> destroyed by it's. >>ers as the police moved in. >> after years and years of this place being out of the grasp of the authorities it is now being held up of an example of how al banian with it's law less reputation may be turning a corner. over time, this entire village has been taking over by gangs running a mas.sive cannabis population. the position in mountains near made eight perfect point from which to supply european drugs markets. but albania wants to join the union and it's new socialist government is eager to show it is serious, so just a few days before talks on al banian's chances of joining the club. this police raid hardly seems coincidental timing. >> we will bring normality. that will continue to go on. the police are working on it. this shows not only our will, but also our ability to continue the fight against drug smuggling. the value had -- produces every year. the authorities say they will be going after similar drugs factories i
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 7:00am JST
and an animated cartoon have been translated and circulated in many countries in europe, the mideast, middle east, and south america. under a variety of different names, he has inspired some of the world's top soccer stars, including messi, torres and others. >> reporter: this is the author of the come which she has been drawing since 1981. he says that when he started it was a far-fetched dream to talk about japanese success in soccer. area pan did not even qualify for the world cup until 1998. >> translator: the japanese team is closer than ever to winning the world cup. so i hope they will get close as possible to that goal. >> reporter: the dream is to win the world cup trophy, one shared by the japanese players. >> translator: he was my role model. i'm serious about living out my hero's dream of winning the world cup. >> reporter: the japanese squad will face greece in the second group league match on thursday. after losing their opener, the team must win to keep their dream alive. 15e. >>> sony blames executives for losses. but they say change is on the way. the company booked a $1.2 billio
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 2:30pm PDT
lower for longer. disease --ain and indices in europe aren't slightly out-of-date territory. a different picture in europe compared to the united states at this hour. oil prices are heading higher on concerns over iraqi oil supplies. u.s. president obama says he , and take action in iraq highlighting concerns that the situation is worsening. that has helped to push the barrel of brent crude further above $115. soaringf blackberry are after the smartphone maker posted better-than-expected results for the three months ending in may. million ist of $23 sparking hope that blackberry's ceo john chen is turning the company around. shares of french utility eds since 2005.rst day they were down as much as 12% at one point, but recouped some of those losses to close 7.6% down. the government is halting a plan to increase electricity tariffs by five percent. that is the business news. back to you. >> thank you very much indeed, marcus. gonext on france 24, let's online. web news is next. >> welcome to the web news. coming up on today's show, a rack -- iraq shut down the internet to disrupt insurge
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT
like western europe. right now they need some protection. they've got rusty old guns going against our new stuff, which the sunni have taken away because the shia have dropped their weapons. they have a few humvees and using it possibly against our advisers. those advisers are going in to advise things on the ground to help those who don't want to fight. i ask you this. when there is a warrant put out for the vice president's arrest because he's suing, is that a hint maybe things are going afoul. i ask you in february, when fallujah falls to the isis group, is that a hint something's going afoul. why are we waiting until today, let alone last friday -- >> that's the question, he was elected by the people to promise that the sunnis would be included in the government and he reneged on it. >> expand, while we're waiting before we do what? >> if you want to affect things behind the scene, use force. but having said that, there is no force to keep our leverage on the ground and keep iran out. after we brought peace on the region and they ran on it and got elected on it. i want to build on
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm PDT
bring a new era. at 46, he is the youngest king in europe. observers see him as modest and reserved. his wife is the first commoner queen of spain. he will have to work hard to restore the monarchy's reputation, but he has promised to spanish people that will listen and learn. >> the debut of king felipe a was a distraction for spanish football fans after their team humiliation. >> right now, there will definitely be some nerves jangling in england. a loss could send them to the verge of the exit. >> we will talk the sports expert following this report on the clash between columbia and the ivory coast. >> columbia had plenty to celebrate but this was no easy win. the ivory coast proved a tough nut to crack. but, the match livened up after the break. -- was denied by the fingertips of the goalkeeper. the breakthrough came five minutes later. rodriguez headd powerfully into the net. columbia doubled their lead six minutes later. ivory coast struck back 15 minutes before the end. the game ended 2-1. it was the colombians that were dancing. >> jason joins us. was there dancing to be done? >>
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
, with europe, and the west. iran, in its attempt to create a modern version, a new version of the persian empire, has attempted a similar play on behalf of so-called supreme leader khomeini through the means of the iraqi regime of nouri al-maliki. sadly, iranian forces today permeate both the government of iraq and the iraqi security forces. america has demonstrated beyond any shadow of doubt our offer of liberty to the people of iraq, indeed thousands of our sons and daughters have given their lives in pursuit of freedom in iraq. but if the iraqi government is more interested in forging a relationship with iran than with the united states, we should not and we cannot attempt to force them to adhere to our political goals for them. absent active partners in iraq who want a closer alliance with america and with our allies, our key objective should be quite simply to secure our people, to counter active terrorist threats to our national security and to make sure we do not further embolden the islamic republic of iran. these objectives, not the fantasy of resolving the sunni-shiite conflict
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 4:00pm EDT
be opportunities over in europe as well. so there are other opportunities that might give you more bang for your buck this year than the u.s. because we still haven't proven to anybody here behind me that we're anywhere near getting out of our problems anytime soon. david: and i know, gary, you were overweight overseas, and you think there are great opportunities. let me just take two areas and fight back on that. emerging markets, we're going to do a segment coming up that's talking about brazilians bringing their money here because they're so concerned about the brazilian economy tanking right now. other emerging markets are not doing the too well. look at argentina, for example. i was just in paris. now, i don't want to base an anecdote on investment or base investment strategy on one anecdote, but they are having strikes every day in paris. i know strikes in france are not that unusual, but all over europe people are worried about prices going higher, having less money, more money spent on food means less money spent on goods that are manufactured. isn't there a problem overseas both in emer
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 1:00pm PDT
in this part of the world were always drawn by europe, essentially after the war and have always been under tension and the fighting in syria and the breaking apart of syria and now that war spilling over the border, the missteps by the iraqi government combined with the sunnis in the north of the country aligning themselves essentially, the tribes there aligning themselves with isis or isor, depending on what you want to call it depending that it will be difficult to maintain those old borders and the best outcome in a lot of ways is that federation that we were just talking about, a far worse outcome would be an ungoverned part of the world here that would stretch from parts of syria into parts of iraq that would be, you know, another place for international terrorism to form the islamic radicalism that's caused problems in that region for that parts of the world, and it's a situation where it becomes again a situation for the united states a direct national security threat which it isn't quite at this point, but you could foresee five years from now, you know, looking at this part of the
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
an then as we get there. on the other hand, i think the rest of the industrialized world and japan and in europe stocks are still very reason briably priced. we would ship more money from the high-quality u.s. companies, to high-quality european and japanese stocks. >> jeff taylor, let's talk about why this happened this afternoon. it seemed as though -- this is what our caption was just indicating as well -- perhaps it ties back to the tips auction. a sense that inflation expectations are moving higher. do you sense some regime shift here under way? >> i do a little bit. it is interesting. you look at interest reports, still historically low yet the housing market is still not coming back. we're on track but you still aren't seeing the first-time home buyer come back to the market. >> do you fade this move if you don't think this is sustainable? >> i think it is going to come back to us, yes. >> in stocks. what about gold? >> gold i think is kind of fairly priced right now. >> all right. fairly priced there. you're worried about a little bit of a move back in stock. >> okay. >> what about you,
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 3:00pm EDT
behavior in the markets should people focus on the most that is jumping out at europe traders? >> i think what we are watching is the risk to the downside. we had a much more accommodated statement yesterday from yellen than people thought. we had metrics indicating inflation was creeping in. we had good job data, so there was a large faction that belt we may see your hint at raising rates. that was the opposite when it came out. markets finished high, historically high on the day, but take a look at how far we have come in the s&p said smith april. we are up over a percent and it's a sizable move in a relatively short amount of time with no retracing to speak up. i think at these levels it's a difficult case to argue, to establish new loans without seeing some sort of retracement first. i would be surprised if we don't see this market trade under 1900 and possibly as low as 1860 before the month is over . that 150 moving average has been where this market lysed to retrace to an we haven't seen in a long time. liz: you have to stay tuned. tony dwyer has the highest level on the s&p and it
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm EDT
give us a briefing of his it to you on ukraine and also as a follow-up of his trip to europe and the meetings he had when he was there previous to d-day and leading up to d-day and interactions with foreign leaders. i'm sure if you asked the white house, they would tell you more about that. subject thater we talked about, the ukraine, and what the possibilities are, working with our allies to, again, resolve conflict in a peaceful way. -- aree at all concerned you at all concerned from the republican leadership elections to get bills passed, like the highway trust fund? >> those are urgently needed for the economy of our country. --re really have not been they really have not been partisan impasse. infrastructure and highways have been one of the least partisan areas of legislative success in the congress. tria is urgent. , and wet insurance act passed this before, with a 9/11, but interest in now it is time for reauthorization. for some reason, the chairman of the financial services committee is very much opposed to the proposals that had support, public, private support as
FOX Business
Jun 19, 2014 2:00pm EDT
? >> that is not completely correct but does eliminate some of the need for aid for. some parts, for example in europe or canada right now dentists are using ozone. in a small cavity ozone can kill the bacteria and using a series of supplements, fluorides and mouthwashes the body can heal itself if that capri was a smaller cavity. by no means can we regenerate a 2's from it. melissa: what about digital x-rays? people are excited because it means less radiation. that is becoming big? >> that is huge. digital x-rays have 90% less radiation than the old x-rays you might remember from when we were younger. digital x-rays, i can zoom into images, change the contrast, find problems when they are really small as opposed to holding this little film up to the light and trying to see an issue and with electronic medical records we can share x-rays easily. melissa: very cool, making it much easier to go to the dentist. everyone loves that. thank you so much. from the u.s. every corner of the globe money is flying, starting in china where 3d mural is not only blowing minds the setting records, one of the country'
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am PDT
headline coming out of this, he plans to send secretary of state john kerry to the middle east and europe and not to iraq. this all comes about after a 90-minute meeting where he huddled with chuck hagel, john kerry and the chair of the joint chiefs of staff, general dempsey. you can see this video right now as they were coming out of that meeting or going into it. let's go right now to ed henry who has been live with this story. you just listened to the president. you were right in front of him. give us a little bit more detail. >> reporter: a number of things. on a diplomatic front, secretary kerry will go to the middle east. that we think will also include baghdad. he is reaching out. they are trying to find a diplomatic solution. on the military front, the president big headline saying that u.s. will send 300 military trainers. that is the word from the president. as you said, he stressed again and again that they will not be in combat. a question at the end about whether or not there's a status of forces agreement for these 300 military trainers if god forbid they are shot at in self
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am PDT
kerry will depart this weekend for meetings in the middle east and europe, where he'll be able to consult with our allies and partners. >> in the meantime, iraqi soldiers and helicopter gunships battled sunni militants for a third day over iraq's largest oil refinery. a top iraqi security official and one of the militants says the government still has control of the refinery. iraq has asked the u.s. for air strikes, targeting the militants who have taken large areas of the northern part of that country. over the past few weeks, the group has slowly been taking over towns on its way to baghdad. >>> moving to local news now, we are learning new details about a bay area mom accused of attacking her daughter's alleged bully. for the second time, prosecutors are asking the judge for more time to investigate this case. nbc bay area's derek shore is live in santa rosa, where the mother is speaking out for the first time. and derek, she still maintains, we understand, that she didn't choke anybody. >> reporter: that's right. and it will be another month until we learn if that santa ros
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am PDT
where and when he will be going. we know he's going to be heading to europe and to the middle east. the focus of those conversations will be on iraq. but i think what this did in many ways is indicate they're going to continue to put more pressure. they recognize this companÑpaÑ solved militarily. it needs ultimately to be solved diplomatically. that's why the president is buying himself more time by sending secretary of state john kerry there to have those face-to-face conversations that the administration members have been having long distance for many days now. >> peter alexander at the white house, thank you very much. appreciate it. >>> kelly o'donnell is on capitol hill with reaction from congressional leaders. what are you hearing, kelly? >> no specific reaction since the president just wrapped up a moment ago. but i can tell you that republicans have sort of cleared their own battlefield earlier today, having a series of senate republicans on the floor making very sharp comments about the preside preside president's foreign policy broadly and trying to put pressure on the
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 3:00am JST
and an animated cartoon have been translated and circulated in many countries, in europe, the middle east, asia, and south america. under a variety of different names, tzubasa has inspired many of the world's top soccer stars, including lionel messi, lucas podolski, and andres iniesta. >> reporter: this is the author of the comic, which he has been growing since 1981. he says that when he started, it was a farfetched dream to talk about japanese success in soccer. japan did not even qualify for the world cup until 1998. >> translator: the jab need team is closer than ever to winning the world cup.panese team is closer than ever to winning the world cup. >> reporte >> reporter: sue -- >> translator: he was my role model. i'm serious about living out my hero's dream of winning the world cub. >> reporter: the japanese squad will face greece on thursday. after losing their opener, the team must win to keep their dream alive. yuji osawa, nhk world. >> next, here's a three-day outlook on the world's weather. >>> here's a recap of our top story this hour. u.s. president barack obama says he'll send up
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 1:30pm EDT
folks that may try to hit our embassy, or may be trying to export terrorism into europe, or the united states. looking at how we can create those will be part of the solution. but in order to do that, we still need to have governments on the ground that we can partner with. and that we have some confidence are going to pursue the political policies. in yemen, for example, a wide ranging national dialog that took a long time, but helped to give people a sense that there is a legitimate outlet for grievances. going back to where you see prime minister amallky playing a role, you said that it is a time to rise above differences that there's a need for more inclusive government, is he a unifier? how much clout does the united states ultimately have with any of the leadership really? we still provide them significant assistance. unlike some other players we don't have territorial ambitions. in their country. we are not looking to control their assets or their none. question want to make sure we are vindicates the effort made by our troops in order to build an inclusive society that can pros
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 1:00pm EDT
attracted more and more jihaddists some of whom are from europe and that over time can create a group that can harm us. so we have humanitarian interests that can prevent bl d bloodshed and counter terrioris interests and all of that to get the surveillance that we have already done coupled with some of our best people on the ground doing assessments of exactly what the situation is starting with the perimeter around baghdad and making sure that is not over run. but that does not foreshadow a larger commitment of troops. that would not be effective in meeting the core that we have. do you wish that you would have left a residual force in iraq? >> keep in mind that was a decision made by the iraqi government. we offered a modest residual force to continue to train and advise key foriraqi forces. they are provided immunity if for example they end up acting in self defense and if they are attacked and find themselves in a tough situation that they are not somehow hauled before a foreign court. the government declined to provide us that immunity. despite that decision, to not only offer
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am PDT
and europe where he'll be able to consult with our allies and partners. and just as all iraqis' neighbors must respect iraq's territo territories, it must ensure that it does not fall into a civil war or become a safe haven for terrorists. above all, iraqi leaders must rise above their differences and come together around a political plan for iraq's future. shia, sunni, kurds, all iraqis must have confidence that they can advance their interests and aspirations through the political process rather than through violence. national unity meetings have to go forward to build consensus across iraq's different communities. now that the results of iraq's recent election has been certified, a new parliament should convene as soon as possible. the formation of a new government will be an opportunity to begin a genuine dialogue and forge a government that represents the legitimate interests of all iraqis. now, it's not the place for the united states to choose iraq's leaders. it is clear, though, that only leaders that can govern with an inclusive agenda are going to be able to truly bring the iraq
Bloomberg
Jun 19, 2014 1:00pm EDT
close by, but also poses a grave danger potentially to europe come and ultimately the united states. we have already seen it inside of syria. groups like isil, that right now are fighting with other extremist groups, or the assad regime that was nonresponsive to .he sunni majority there that has attracted more jihadist, or would be jihadists, some of them from europe. and over time, that can create a cadre of terrorists that could harm us. we have humanitarian interest in preventing lead shed. we have strategic interests in stability in the region will stop we have counterterrorism interests. bloodshed.nting we have strategic interests in stability in the region. we have counterterrorism interests. will be done through the reconnaissance and surveillance that we've already done, coupled with some of our best people on the ground doing assessments of exactly what the situation is, starting by the way with the firm in or around baghdad and making sure that is not overrun. -- with the perimeter around baghdad and making sure that is not overrun. but that does not foreshadow a larger commit
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 1:00pm EDT
focuses that the u.s. has, such as the security of europe and east asia and to distinguish them from peripheral concerns that don't require substantial u.s. commitment. instead of attempting to respond to each new conflict as if the u.s. had a huge stake in the outcome. we'll be hearing much more from professor barry posen on the subject of his new book later this morning, but for now, i would like to quote from the preface of his book to give us an idea of what it might look like in practice and how it would address threats to the united states. he rites, the united states should focus on a small number of threats and approach those threats with subtlety and moderation. they should do that because the world is resistant to heavy-handed solutions. it can do that because the united states is economically and military strong, well indowded and possessive of an ability to generate itself. any effort to reorient u.s. foreign policy away from the overreliance of military action would have to include preventive wa warfare. it's dismissing the role of deterrents and overreacting to manageab
FOX News
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am PDT
direction, secretary kerry will depart for meetings in the middle east and europe and consult with our allies and partners and just as all iraqi neighbors must respect iraq's territorial integrity. they have a vital interest in making sure iraq doesn't descend in civil war or a safe haven for terrorist. above all, iraqi leaders must rise above their differences and come together for a political plan for iraq's future. shiite and sunni and kureds all iraqis need to plan through political process than violence. now the result of iraqi's recent election is certified a new parlamount should convoen and an opportunity to begin a genuine dialogue and represent the legitimate interest. it is not the place for the united states to choose iraq's leaders. but only leaders who can deal with the agenda can bring the iraqi people together. moenl, the united states will not pursue military action to support one sect at the expense of the other. there is no military led by the united states. there is a urge for a political process and capable iraqi security force and counter terrorism to deny isil a
MSNBC
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am PDT
prospect of being in a position to be able to attack americans either in the region, in europe or even here in the united states. the president is on record. he doesn't want that to happen anywhere on the globe. really the basis for fighting in afghanistan. so that part of his foreign policy philosophy we know. the other piece is what chuck gets at. you'll never be able to beat back an isis and keep it beaten back if you don't have someone in charge of iraq who can keep all of these pieces together. kurds, sunnis and shia. maliki is not the guy. and that's the relate. the president has been tough on him. president bush was close to him. put a lot of pressure on him. even those who work closely with maliki, i'm told, do not think he's up to the task. s so i think the big piece of the kerry mission is to try to get him to go and build on what the president has said. the united states is not going to ghit any way, shape or form, even if it's special ops going in there calling in air strikes, unless there's a real political solution as part of this that's more sustaining than we've seen so far.
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 2:00am JST
at the countershoot. the colleagues have been translated and circulated in many countries, in europe, the middle east, asia and ought america. under a variety of different things, it has inspired some of the world's top soccer scorers, including leonard messi. takahashi is the author of the comic, which he has been drawing since 1981. when he started, it was a far-fetched dream to talk about japanese success in soccer. japan did not even qualify for the world cup inspect 1998. >> translator: the japanese team is closer than ever to winning the world cup. so i hope they will get as close as possible to that goal. his dream is to win the world cup trophy, one shared by the japanese players. >> he was my role model. i'm serious about living out my heroes's dream of winning the world cup. >> the japanese squad will face greece. after losing their opener, the team must win to keep their dream alive. nhk world. >>> and here is your outlook on the world weather. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'll be back in about half an hour. just stay with us on nhk world. takes
CW
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm CDT
of ours like jordan which is very close by but it also poses a great danger potentially to europe and the united states. i have already seen the inside of syria. the groups are fighting with other extremist groups. gino's non responsive to the sunni majority there. it has attracted more and more behind this. they then start traveling back to europe and that over time can create a terrorist attack and harmless. we have humanitarian interests. with a strategic interests. if counter-terrorism interest. all those have to be addressed. the initial effort for us to get situational awareness through the reconnaissance and surveillance that we've already done coupled with some of our best people on the ground doing assessments of exactly what the situation is starting by the way with the perimeter around baghdad. the larger commitment of troops to fight in the rock. >> there was not a decision made by me that was a decision made by the iraqi government. >> continue to train advise the iraqi security forces. we had a requirement that we require in any situation where we have u.s. troops ov
Al Jazeera America
Jun 19, 2014 12:30pm EDT
this phenomenon. it's a worldwide phenomenon. europe is struggling with the fact that children are trying to get from syria, from libya, from subsaharan africa in to europe. we are struggling with this. you know, the closer a refugee emergency is to the united states, the less like we are to call them refugees. you know, like when the haitians were coming they are not refugees. when the cubans come, we call them refugees because of our politics. but we didn't call the salvador vinnies refugees in the '80s when they were fleeing that civil war. we are not calling these people ref refugees when they are fleeing dissolution of their government, the government cannot protect them down there. why are those governments so weak? there are lots of reasons not to forget the drug trade which, of course, we finance by our behavior. and so, you know, i think it's time for people to understand that when a refugees crisis happens near our borders they are in fact, refugees, they are not some scum undocumented immigrants that we can't afford to help. there is 80,000 children, that's not even the number of peop
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
that they just did. the $400 billion deal with china and russia. this puts further pressure on europe and i don't think we will see rising rates in europe at all. energy stocks have had a nice run. the suggestion is at $10 you start to get a real nice play on the refiners and that spread there. is that something that you would look at playing here? >> i spoke last week about that and the refiners saying that this spread had narrowed down to $6. i didn't want to be in those names. now you look as it expands. look at what villaro is doing today. it was up at $13, $14. if it gets back up there, refiners are the way to play it. all the headlines are talking about how it is going to impact things on the downside. that is not getting a lot of coverage. to stephen's point if the price of gas creeps up, it is going to attack consumers across the board. cue the "jaws" music. a shark is on the move and people are following her on twitter. is she heading your way? you don't want to be buying that. not with the 4th approaching. we'll be back after this. she keeps you on your toes. you wouldn't have it any
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
the community, acting as a voice for the human rights of the 15 million roma in europe. this body supports diversity of spirituality and culture is a testament to our great institution. for his continuous spiritual leadership and for traveling from afar, i would like to thank mr. zed for having led us in prayer. i yield back. thank you, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back his time. the chair will entertain up to 15 further requests for one-minute speeches. for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? >> to address the house for one minute and to revise and extend y remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman from texas is recognized for one minute. mr. conaway: thank you, mr. speaker. as chairman of the committee on ethics, along with my colleague, linda sanchez, the ranking member, and other members of the committee, past and present, we rise today to honor the life and work of carol dixon. every so often through hard work, immense talent and a zealous dedication to the mission of this body, a staffer becomes an instit
NHK
Jun 20, 2014 1:00am JST
toward atlanta it. let's finish up in europe where fairly decent conditions have been persisting across the low countries towards the british isles. we have been talking about the thunderstorms toward the balkan peninsula. that's working its way east into the black sea. you are going to see frequent lightning and hail. back off towards the north, rain showers expect nd bered in berl. gusty winds coming in from the north for the new low and for the most part, paris and london, partly cloudy skies on your friday. here is your extended outlook. >>> one more story to share with you before we go. music lovers in paris have enjoyed a rare live performance of a japanese string instrument, the koto. most of the seven pieces were written or arranged by japanese composer michio miyagi. the concert was held to mark the 120th anniversary of his birth. miyagi helped to revitalize traditional japanese music by adding western elements. his best known work is haru no umi or the sea in spring. miyagi performed the piece with french violinist renee chemet in 1932. >> translator: very interesting concert.
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 12:00pm EDT
a flight in europe and was going to make his way to syria to help radical groups and both men face up to 15 years in prison. >>> an illinois family is taking action against a bully. they say their son suffered permanent injuries because of a classmate. they have tried unsuccessfully to go to the school to intervene, and now they are suing the boy's family and the school for failing to provide adequate security for their son. >>> a soldier that threw himself in front of afellow marine will receive the congressional medal of honor today. he lost his right eye in 2010, just the eighth living person to be chosen for the medal of honor. he will accept the award from president obama during a ceremony at a white house later on this afternoon. that's a good thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they could save you in out-of-pocket medical costs. call today to request
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 11:00am EDT
to the european close, bring in simon. talk what happened across europe. >> a big hurrah again. a lot of green on the screen. the fact the fed indicating it's not raising interest rates faster than people expected has given a good relief rally there. 80% of top stocks in europe higher. one of the biggest gainers, the arrow engine maker rolls royce, makes the engines. second largest in the world, will use the entire proceeds from the sale of their energy business, the turbine business, to siemens, $1.7 billion, to buy back stock though there are acquisitions down the line. rolls-royce, doing well. the big one, clearly who were buy alston. trying to push forward a plan. the latest from parrotis, a socialist, from france, a tiny stake in alston for themselves. speaking of socialists politicians, remember this wo? n in charge of power, energy in france. scrapping the prices coming through at the beginning of the fall. you can see state-controlled down 8% in response to that. one more, in madrid today, they've got a new king. felipe 66 -- philip vi. and frankly, guys, small consolation for the fact
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 8:00am PDT
a flight to europe and according to the criminal complaint filed against him, he was trying to travel through europe and turkey, to get into syria. and then you also have the case of rahatul khan who according to the criminal complaint filed against him, he was in chat rooms trying to recruit like-minded individuals and in the process of perhaps trying to support or get himself to somalia as well. so two different cases, two different destinations but highlights a common concern now which is u.s. citizens being recruited and doing recruiting to get involved in jihadist movements with radical islamists overseas. >> we have to wonder, how does this happen that these young men get radicalized. a couple guys in austin, texas, what happened? do we have any inkling? >> you know it doesn't come out and say exactly how this happened, but it's interesting, in reading through these criminal complaints that are several dozen pages long, one of the things that i've noticed that kind of stands out between both of these cases is the use of the internet. for example, rahatul khan spent according to
LINKTV
Jun 19, 2014 7:30am PDT
their privacy. and spain has had enough of drunk and unruly tourists. it is summer in europe. the weather is mild, and that means several boats set sail every day from libya in northern africa carrying hundreds of refugees. they are headed for europe in what are often hopelessly overcrowded vessels not fit for see. last year, one such vote sank off the italian island of lampedusa, and hundreds were killed -- one such boat sank. to prevent the tragedy from happening again, italian authorities have launched a mission where several italian navy ships patrolled the mediterranean sea to assist refugee boats i in distress -- in distress. our reporter got a look at one of the vessels and brought back this report. >> a quick boat ride out, you can already see the italian navy ship that is the operations center for a humanitarian mission. with a bit less than we expected, we entered the belly of the 130-meter long landing craft. at the helm as the captain. the course is in the direction of libya, a distance of 220 nautical miles or about a 14-hour trip. the commander has been doing this commute be
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
. michael todd wolf was arrested at houston's george bush airport before boarding a flight to europe where he later planned to enter into syria through turkey and provide his services to radical groups. wolfe referred to al qaeda representatives as righteous brothers according to the criminal complaint, showing an undercover fbi agent a youtube video of foreign fighters in syria. wolfe discussed which militant groups he should join including the group isis staging an offensive against iraq. the texas native also told undercover officers he had been physically preparing to join jihad practicing martial arts, running and cross fit. the competitive sport which uses military-style techniques. >> this is something that's been going on for a while and since even the early 2000s, people from america have gone over to terrorist camps overseas, but sites like youtube can be used to recruit people even in the united states very easily, where before, they were out of reach. >> reporter: analysts believe as many as 100 american citizens have made the trek to fight in syria. last month an american suic
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 10:00am EDT
of our economy, our investment in transportation has shrunk by half. europe now invests twice as much as we do in transportation. china invests four times as much. over time, america has fallen to the 19th place when it comes to the quality of our infrastructure. nowhere is this more apparent than in my hometown of chicago where 1,000 miles of road in the city of chicago are if need of total reconstruction. 675 bridges in cook county are structurally deficient or functionally obsolete. north lakeshore drive is one of the highest accident locations in the state as a result of its aging infrastructure. the c.t.a. is a century old transit system that desperately needs updates to keep up with increased capacity. by the way the c.t.a. in chicago in one month carries more passengers than amtrak does in an entire year. all these things will cost money. but the long-term economic benefits they will provide will outweigh h the -- far the up front costs. business needs strong infrastructure to grow. they need good high ways and railways to move their products. they need reliable public transit
NBC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
will depart this weekend for meetings in the meefrt and europe, where he'll be able to consult with our allies and partners and just as all iraqis, neighbors, must respect iraq's territorial integrity, all of the neighbors have a vital interest ensuring that iraq does not descend into civil war or became a safe haven for terrorists. above all, iraqi leaders must rise above their differences and come together around a political plan for iraq's future. shia, sunni, kurds, all iraqis, must have confidence that they can advance their interests and aspirations through the political process, rather than through violence. national unity meetings have to go forward to build consensus across iraq's different communities. now that the results of iraq's recent election has been certified, a new parliament should convene as soon as possible. the formation of a new government will be an opportunity to begin a genuine dialogue and forge a government that represents the legitimate interests of all iraqis. now, it's not the place for the united states to choose iraq's leaders. it is clear, though, that only l
ABC
Jun 19, 2014 7:00am PDT
in europe creating thousands of jobs for local workers. we're all waiting for a shot of her sitting in the iron throne. takes her monarchy to a whole new level. >> oh, she is. >> now we know what the queen does at night, as well. >> i'm wondering if she reel is -- because there's an economical reason for visiting. i wonder if she's a die-hard fan. >> i would hope so. >> it would go hand in hand. >> i really want her to but -- >>> not only is cristiano ronaldo one of the hottest soccer stars at the world cup, there's no arguing that, he's also a superstar when it comes to social media. he's number one on "forbes" world cup superstars list and the magazine says his social media presence reaches more than 117 million users, close to mine, which is about 12 times the population of his home country of portugal. with photos like that, i'm wondering why. when you take a selfie on his account, it gets many more likes than mine. he has 86 million fans on facebook, 27 million twitter followers. and i actually did follow him today, so 27 million and 1. i'm sure he's going to notice but you can
CNBC
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
of 25 7, claims in line, getting phillie fed in an hour, looking for clues of inflation. europe's mostly in the green as spain welcomes a new king, eliminated from the world cup. that was crazy. road map begins with the market. s&p at the new high claims setting the stage for for another move. blackberry up 12% after better than expected results, but could new competition from amazon's phone be a head wind? fight is on with insurgents over the oil refinery. oil this morning at a nine-month high. first up, jobless claims fell more than expected last week, down 6,000. this one day after the s&p hit that new record and the fed said it expects gradual improvement in the labor market over time. earlier on "squawk box" this morning, larry spoke about what he sees ahead for the u.s. markets. >> i think the markets are more fair priced here. the central bank is further along, the u.s. economy is further along. i would not expect to see large price increases in equities over the next year or so unless we see corporate earnings continue to do better. >> we actually had a great discussion about yel
CNN
Jun 19, 2014 6:00am PDT
flying to europe, planning to get into syria through turkey. what do you make of this? how big of a threat domestically? >> this is a big problem because these guys fly under the radar. you don't need anyone to approach them. they could it by themselves on the internet. i watched a lot of the videos they're using. isis puts them out, the victory front puts them out, al qaeda puts them out. they're easily obtainable, they're slickly done, seductive. you could see a young man looking for his way might be taken in by the especially a new convert to islam who wants to be part of the fight for his faith. >> these men both very young in their 20s. when you think about the age and being radicalized, what does that tell you? >> that tells you we've got a problem because since they don't come to anybody's attention, they can easily slip out of the country. now the problem will be down the road. if we have a state or an emirate inside of syria and iraq where isis is in charge, they can go there, be trained and easily come back to this country, because they're american citizens, they have
CSPAN
Jun 19, 2014 9:00am EDT
is not there that commercially makes it feasible. the plant in mississippi is like a $5 billion cost overrun. in europe, they're closing down natural gas plants. they have mothballed them because natural gas prices are so high coming out of russia. so they're building new coal power plants and last year they imported 53% of our coal exports. so they have the flexibility if gas prices go up to build a new plant. we don't have that flexibility. do you think that that is fair to the american people? >> i actually disagree respectfully, chairman. we think that new coal plants can be be be built under the new rule and they are going forward. >> at this time, i would like to recognize the gentleman from illinois, mr. rush, for his five-minute opening statement. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i want to commend you, miss mccabe, i want to commend the epa, i want to commend all your colleag colleagues, in the way you have approached this proposal. i think that you have been extremely open during this process of creating this proposal, and from what i hear today, that the -- this process is not concluded, that that would
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